Mondays may have just gotten a little sweeter, particularly for healthcare workers battling the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Food Lion announced Tuesday a $3.1 million donation, with the majority being earmarked to feed those who are in need right now and to help its neighbors who are significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whole Foods employees are organizing a nationwide “sick out” on Tuesday, March 31 if parent company Amazon doesn’t institute new measures to safeguard workers and increase pay during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dogs may be man’s best friend and beer is also his good buddy.
Various businesses are showing their support and gratitude to first responders and medical personnel by offering free products and services.
Krispy Kreme will be offering free donuts to doctors and nurses every Monday until May.
According to MarketWatch, the move affects W. Kent Taylor’s pay from March 18 through Jan. 7, 2021. His base salary and bonus will instead go to front-line workers during that time.
On Wednesday, the company announced it’s giving free coffee to front-line responders to COVID-19 until May 3.
Publix has confirmed it is working to add physical barriers between customers and employees in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Waffle House announced Tuesday that it will be closing hundreds of restaurants as COVID-19 cases grow across the United States.
Workers employed as of March 1 will qualify and receive the bonus on April 2.
Takeout and delivery orders can continue.
According to the fast-food chain, some of its restaurants may only offer service through the drive-thrus, while others may be able to offer takeout, delivery or mobile order options.
The move is part of Chick-fil-A’s broader strategy to reach people outside of the restaurant.
You can get your BOGO blizzards now through March 15.
The retailer is reportedly implementing this temporary suspension at all its chains in the United States and Canada.
The wait is finally over for fans who are craving something new.
Rachelle Flowers previews the Caregiver Tea at The Pauline Tea-Bar Apothecracy on Saturday, March 7th.
Starbucks is temporarily halting the use of reusable mugs at their coffee shops due to concerns about spreading the coronavirus.
New Trump administration rules taking effect April 1 put hundreds of thousands of people in his situation at risk of losing their benefits.